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Regency elegance on the Brighton seafront

hotel doorRecently refurbished and lovingly restored to its original splendour with a chic modern twist, you can expect a warm welcome from the friendly staff at this seafront hotel. With 90 well styled en suite guestrooms, many of which make the most of the exceptional sea views, you can step out of the door of your room and place your towel beachside within a minute.

Ideally situated for a business trip or more pleasurable pursuits, the rooms at this hotel provide all you could possibly need to make your stay comfortable and relaxing.  The modern brassiere serves you quality and imaginative food from a contemporary British menu, whilst you gaze out over the sea.

The hotel boasts a 24 hour reception, plus a night porter and full room service. Parking is also available on site. While convenient by car, the hotel is just a one mile walk or taxi ride away from the train station.  This hotel enjoys easy access to the Brighton Conference Centre, the marina and racecourse.  Excellent shopping is just minutes walk away at The Dome and The Corn Exchange.

In the local area

Brighton seafront has undergone somewhat of a resurgence in recent years and is now the place to hang out, especially on a hot summers day.  A generally ‘buzzy’ atmosphere helped along by the abundance of sporting ventures that take place in flurries along the esplanade – surfing, swimming, volleyball, sailing and skateboarding are all available should you want to work up a sweat.

If the beach is not your thing, the excellent Brighton Racecourse is a short drive away, and the keen spectator or punter can enjoy a full, action packed day at the races.  For thrills and spills, it doesn’t come much better than this! Alternately, take time to visit The Dome and Corn Exchange.  These exciting and historical venues were originally built to be part of the Prince Regents riding house and stables.  Little has changed structurally, but instead of the clip of hooves, the walls now reverberate to the sounds of the Brighton Festival (usually held in May) and other gigs and concerts.

Brighton Festival, a 3 week long annual celebration of the city, is held in varied venues, houses and gardens.  It showcases the best and most exciting acts and artists emerging from the land.  Dancers, artists, sculptors and bands are all strung together in dazzling threads of talent underpinned by support from well recognised and established figures and stalwarts of the entertainment industry.

But if your trip is more business bent, then nearby Brighton Centre is a renowned centre of excellence, whether it is for business, conferencing, banqueting or gigs.  This flexible space can be utilised in any number of ways, whilst also offering a packed schedule of events throughout the year.

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